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Where is South Korea's most wanted man?

Where is South Korea's most wanted man?

South Korea's most wanted man, who is believed to have ties to the company that operated the ill-fated Sewol ferry, has eluded arrest for weeks, leaving authorities red-faced for not finding the high-profile billionaire.
Navy official: Pings not thought to be from Flight 370's black boxes

Navy official: Pings not thought to be from Flight 370's black boxes

The four acoustic pings at the center of the search for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 for the past seven weeks are no longer believed to have come from the plane's black boxes, a U.S. Navy official told CNN.
Kidnapped newborn found 'thanks to Facebook'

Kidnapped newborn found 'thanks to Facebook'

The woman wore a nurse's uniform when she walked into the maternity ward. She left the hospital driving away in a red car with a sign that said "Baby on Board."
Kidnapped newborn found 'thanks to Facebook'

Kidnapped newborn found 'thanks to Facebook'

The woman wore a nurse's uniform when she walked into the maternity ward. She left the hospital driving away in a red car with a sign that said "Baby on Board."
Camps dismantled after French police standoff with migrants in Calais

Camps dismantled after French police standoff with migrants in Calais

Police in northern France moved in Wednesday on makeshift migrant camps near the port of Calais, prompting a standoff with the defiant residents -- many of whom have fled conflicts in Syria, Sudan and Eritrea.
Nine of the world's most controversial foods

Nine of the world's most controversial foods

Exotic food is part of the global travel experience.
Underwater search for MH370 postponed for at least 2 months

Underwater search for MH370 postponed for at least 2 months

After two grueling months with no word from their loved ones, relatives of those on Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 will have to wait two more months before the search resumes underwater.
Fire at South Korean hospital for elderly kills 21

Fire at South Korean hospital for elderly kills 21

A fire broke out at a South Korean hospital for the elderly early Wednesday, killing 21 people -- most of them patients in their 70s and 80s who had difficulty walking.
2 injured in attack on U.S. consular vehicle in Afghan city of Herat

2 injured in attack on U.S. consular vehicle in Afghan city of Herat

Two Americans were injured Wednesday in Afghanistan when a U.S. Consulate vehicle was attacked while traveling through the western city of Herat, the U.S. Embassy in Kabul said.
Pope Francis to meet with sexual abuse victims

Pope Francis to meet with sexual abuse victims

Pope Francis spoke out against sexual abuse by Catholic clergy on Monday and said he plans to meet with victims in early June.
Belgium Jewish museum shooter was carrying camera -- official

Belgium Jewish museum shooter was carrying camera -- official

Belgian police are now confident that a shooter who killed three people at the Jewish Museum of Belgium was carrying a camera to record the attack, a senior Belgian law enforcement official told CNN Tuesday.
6 chemical weapons inspectors reported kidnapped in Syria now safe

6 chemical weapons inspectors reported kidnapped in Syria now safe

A group of chemical weapons inspectors who were reported kidnapped in Syria Tuesday are safe and were returning to their operating base, the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) said in a statement.
Ukraine: Fighting closes Donetsk airport, claims dozens of lives

Ukraine: Fighting closes Donetsk airport, claims dozens of lives

Pro-Russia separatists and government forces battled at Donetsk airport in eastern Ukraine, claiming 40 lives, authorities said Tuesday, in what appears to be the deadliest outbreak of violence in the city.
Malaysia Airlines Flight 370: Satellite data released after long wait

Malaysia Airlines Flight 370: Satellite data released after long wait

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How celebrity hacker 'Sabu' helped feds thwart 300 cyber-attacks

How celebrity hacker 'Sabu' helped feds thwart 300 cyber-attacks

The celebrity hacker "Sabu" helped the FBI imprison his friends and stop more than 300 cyber-attacks in the three years since he betrayed several major hacking groups.